Ranch fairy isnt producing anywhere the M.O. of the average crossbow shooter here. He does some great work but I wouldn't put 100% faith in seeing what he see's and what you will see, with the same head in the same impact area's.Ranch Fairy has a video on You Tube where he buries one in a Hogs spine and it comes out none the worse for wear. Strange that it would bend in a target.
I am not disputing what people say they have seen with flight. I was speaking to damages for the blades.Yep I know, he is a compound shooter, but I have read Crossbow users who say they group well also. I have used fixed heads for years,,Slick Tricks. I still like the idea of a fixed blade. NOTHING to go wrong with opening or breaking. Just feel slick trick quality has slid some.
I love them! I shoot the 2 blade stingers 125gr out of the crossbows and my recurves and longbows i shoot the 150 gr.Seems there are not very many Magnus fans out there. I am wondering why ? I am seriously considering them for next season. Thick blades that can be sharpened many times. I like the serrated blades too. More cutting area.
Same here. There’s pros and cons to either choice, but mechanical things can fail to operate as designed sometimes. A fixed head, and I prefer the Magnus black hornet serrated, goes where you aim, will cut upon entry every time and will not close inside an animal. I like the old saying, keep it simple stupid. Probably why I shoot an Excalibur too.I still like the idea of a fixed blade. NOTHING to go wrong with opening or breaking.